Portrayed by: Ryan McPartlin
Neighborhood: Park Hill
Favorite Class: Science
Favorite Vigilante: Nighthawk
|Change||d10||It’s a brand new day for Spencer Sterling.|
|Fate||d8||I was always meant to do this.|
|Hope||d4||Hope never got me anywhere.|
|Identity||d12||I’m the only hero Gotham has left.|
|Order||d4||Rules are for other people.|
|Serendipity||d4||I make my own luck.|
|Aisling M. Stonehill||d10||I cannot let her beat me.|
|Fatale||d12||She will pay for her crimes.|
|Alex Cross||d8||I have to protect.|
|Vigil||d12||Failed me the one time I needed him.|
|Nick Donovan||d6||A child of no great importance.|
|Rumi Takakashi||d10||Is only out for revenge.|
|Black Fox||d8||A coward who fled Gotham when we needed her most.|
|Trevor Twelve/Baron Samedi||d12||Is a lost cause who I will stop.|
|d4||We fight crime for the same reason.|
|d8||I need to get him to trust me.|
|Confident||d8|| d4: Earn a Plot Point when you choose to act first.
d8: Earn a Plot Point and add a d6 to Trouble when you give in during a social conflict
|Connected||d4||d4: Spend a Plot Point to Gain a d8 Relationship with a Feature for the rest of the scene.|
|Density Control||d12|| Spend a Plot Point to:
* Reach into another character’s body—as an attack or as medical attention.
* Disrupt electronics while phasing.
* Adapt your physiology to new conditions.
* Phase something large or ungainly along with you.
* Decrease an opponent’s Physical Stress pool.
|Fixer||d4||d4: Add a d6 to Trouble to Reveal that you have access to small, non-unique items you’re not supposed to have.|
|Guilty||d4||d4: Earn a Plot Point and Give your opposition a d6 when your guilt stymies or confuses you.|
|Impulsive||d4||d4: Earn a Plot Point and add a d6 to Trouble when you act rashly.|
|Invisibility||d6|| Spend a Plot Point to:
* Hide for an entire scene to listen in without being noticed.
* Shadow someone for a whole day without them noticing you at all.
|Krav Maga||d12|| d4: Spend a Plot Point to Reroll a die when you target a vulnerable part of the body, such as the eyes, throat, or back of the knee.
d8: Give your opponent a d6 in a Contest and Increase your Physical Stress pool when you attack aggressively.
d12: Earn a Plot Point when you choose to roll your opponent’s Emotional Stress pool against them.
|Mastermind||d8|| d4: Add a d6 to Trouble to Reroll a die when dealing with characters you have a history of manipulating.
d8: Spend a Plot Point to Reveal that you’ve planned for this eventuality and have the resources necessary for your plan.
|Observant||d4||d4: Add a d6 to Trouble to Reroll your first roll in any Contest or Test where you have been surprised, ambushed, or caught off guard.|
|On a Mission (Stop The League of Shadows)||d12|| d4: Earn a Plot Point and add a d6 to Trouble when you foolishly pursue your mission despite the risk.
d8: Spend a Plot Point to reroll a die in a roll that directly contributes to your mission.
d12: Earn a Plot Point and Increase your opponent’s Emotional Stress pool when you try to recruit others to your cause.
|Right Place, Right Time||d8|| d4: Earn a Plot Point and Give your opposition a d6 when somebody confronts you about your presence somewhere off-limits, secret, or prohibited.
d8: Add a d6 to Trouble to join a scene you weren’t in.
|Smartest Man in the World||d12|| Spend a Plot Point to:
* Reroll your entire pool.
* Leave a scene using the perfect escape plan.
* Sense an opponent’s next move in a fight. Remove the highest rolling die from their next roll.
* Have left a clue or message at a scene your are not a part of.
* Reroll a die in a Test or Contest that includes a Complication.
|Wealthy||d12|| d4: Spend a Plot Point to Reroll one die in a Contest swayable by money.
d8: Spend a Plot Point to Reveal that you own a large, non-unique item such as a car, call center, or evil corporation as a d8 Useful Detail.
d12: Add a d6 to Trouble to Increase your Emotional Stress pool when bringing up your vast fortune in a Contest or Test.
|Bacon, Bacon, and Graves Law Firm||2d8||(Protection, Information)|
|Sterling Towers||2d12||(Home, Wealth)|
|ElectroCity||2d8||(Good Times, Relaxation)|
|Gotham Graveyard||2d10||(Justice, Sadness)|
Spencer Sterling has one thing on his mind: profit. Recently he has begun headhunting the best and brightest minds from inside and out of Gotham including several old friends and school mates and putting them on different teams in his many businesses. He has very high hopes for his GothCorp tech department currently lead by Michael Stein in Applied Sciences and Ray Castlemen in Theoretical Sciences. He also has his sights set on Alex Cross and to round out the heads of his new science division. He figures that within a few short years he will be able to turn GothCorp and Sterling Enterprises into THE business of Gotham. Wayne has had their time in the sun, but this is a new age and Spencer Sterling is the one who will reap the benefits and create the new dynasty.
As Foresight, Spencer spends much of his time gallivanting about town. Being a vigilante and fighting crime gives him a rush he didn’t think he’d ever find again after playing Chess-Boxing against George Foreman while free-falling from 30,000 feet in the air. He spends a fair amount of time dealing with the Odessa Mob, but even then it is usually just to protect his assistantwhenever they come by to try to rope him back in to the lifestyle. Still, Foresight feels like his is doing good and wastes very few evenings out; using his incredible analytical skills he can pinpoint where will have crime happening with a 96.435671% effectiveness. In his alter ego Foresight wears a long cape with full head mask which assists him with targeting computers, biometric readings on the people he’s looking at, as well as the evenings stock prices.
Three Four Things Post High School
- Spencer opted out of going to college, instead becoming an incredibly successful entrepreneur.
- Is a vigilante for the rush more than anything else; over the past several years he has become bored with all he has accomplished.
- is his assistant/bodyguard/right hand.
- Earned the Knight of Gotham award last year for his philanthropic work.